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Publication Date: 1971
Publisher: Penguin USA
Tacitus, Cornelius, Handford, S. A., Mattingly, Harold B.
Julius Agricola was the most famous governor of Roman Britain who almost lost control during Boudicca's revolt. Tacitus's succinct account of Agricola's Britain is complemented by his realistic portrayal of the Germanic tribes who were wrongly considered to be barbarians by his Roman contemporaries.Tacitus, Cornelius is the author of 'Agricola and the Germania And the Germania', published 1971 under ISBN 9780140442410 and ISBN 0140442413.